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Understanding UDL Guidelines - Infographics

This resource is comprised of three infographics; each connected to a different UDL Principle. These tools are helpful for new instructional designers trying to better understand the UDL checkpoints and how to apply them. 

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These graphic organizers help teams better understand the UDL checkpoints. The packet is composed of 3 infographics each built around one of the three UDL principles. These are helpful for teams just starting out, giving some initial ideas for instructional designers to better comprehend practices that connect with the UDL checkpoints. 

Objectives: 
This tool is designed to give instructional designers examples of what strategies the UDL checkpoints could be connected with.

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Authors/Creators: 
Zach Smith

Grade/Age Level:

Early Childhood
Elementary (Age 5-10)
Middle (Age 11-14)
High ( Age14-18 )
Adult Learning

Category Quick Find:

Teaching Resource

UDL Guidelines:

Recruiting Interest
Sustaining Effort & Persistence
Self-regulation
Perception
Language & Symbols
Comprehension
Physical Action
Expression & Communication
Executive Functions

Problem Area:

Lessons & Lesson Design

PreK-12 Subject Area:

Language Arts
Math
Science
Social Studies
STEM

Resource File Type:

Document

Research & Academic:

Implications for Teaching & Practice

Teaching Practices:

Flexible Materials
Flexible Methods

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Posted date:

December 17, 2018
Document Title: 
Understanding UDL Guidelines - Infographics
Document Summary: 

This resource is comprised of three infographics; each connected to a different UDL Principle. These tools are helpful for new instructional designers trying to better understand the UDL checkpoints and how to apply them to their instruction. 

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